Germany's Ration Cards for Jews Require 'J' Stamped on Them Hot

Germany's Ration Cards for Jews Require 'J' Stamped on Them

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Ration cards (Lebensmittelkarten) for Jews in Nazi Germany must have a "J" stamped on them. Jews are forbidden from buying things like fish and chicken which are not rationed but still difficult to obtain.

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